Game Reviews for Perfect Dark
Kill everyone ... that's what's on my mind when I'm playing this game!!!
I really like this game and I think it's the best shootout game on the N64!
I reccomend you get this game cos the weapons are excellent and aI really think the jobs and things you have to do are cool so get this game!!!
This game totally rocks:
Being able to do missions with a friend is an awesome feature.
But the multiplayer is the best of all.
I sent something in before, but know i'm back. I breifly said how much i like combat simulator.
For fun, make a charecter you want to use for several battles, and do a challenge. After u beat it, choose save.
You have know started a multiplayer career. Got ten minutes? Do a quickbattle.
I have an impessive resume. I've waled 37.8 kilometers!
WHAT A GREAT GAME! The weapons are fantastic and you can chose whatever character you want.
They even give you medals at the end of a fight.
I reccomend this game to any good gamemaster, BUY IT!
If I had to give it a percentage I'd give it 92%!
This game is great fun to play when your on your own or with other people 'cause you have to go around killing people with really cool weapons like Rocket Launchers, Mines, Rapid fire guns and lots lots more.
Overall this agem is excellent to buy and a great bargain so buy it!
This is the best Fighting game on the N64, deffinetly! The graphics are cool and the choice of weapons is good too. You can get weapons that are really powerful like AR34's and Superdragons. The Slayer is my favourite weapon, you get to shoot and then control it! Overall this game is tops and I recommend you buy it.
I absoluetly love this game as it's a fighting game, which is the First good point and also the Guns you can get are awesome to use.
You get Rapid Fire or Explosives, Hand Weapons or Deployable ones. The fun just keeps on going in this game so get it!
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